Julian Fellowes’ new “Downton Abbey” movie allows fans to revisit their favorite characters.
Graphic by Nate Barton A few weeks prior to graduation, nostalgic self-reflection has brutally ousted all work ethic. One productive outcome of my slight emotional instability — besides making academic stress seem comparatively small — is that it’s made me think back on my time at Pepperdine critically. I think more about the words I’ve […]
Art by Sybil Zhang Disney’s live action “Beauty and the Beast” opened March 17 and reignited the debate about remakes. As unpopular as this stance may be, I unabashedly love remakes because they bring new life and perspective to old classics. I’m the type of person who will watch the same movie over and over […]
Revisiting old books, music, or movies can help you reconnect with yourself.
Men’s basketball has donned a sweet retro uniforms this season, but should other sports get in on the action?
Art by Peau Porotesano I can’t remember which episode was playing on the TV when I received my acceptance to Pepperdine. I just remember the banter between the girls mingling with the excited screeches of my mom, sister and I as we celebrated. It wasn’t strange that the Gilmore’s bore witness that day, because as […]
Art by Peau Porotesano During my travels over Christmas break, I was faced with a rather vexing problem: the Airbnb I was staying at while exploring Rome was the definition of terrible. My previous experiences with the private property-renting website were great, but this house had a distinct lack of heat, a constant threat of […]
Nostalgia rolls in on Heelys
I ate in the Caf four times last week. I went to an honors thesis presentation yesterday. I hiked to the cross this morning at some godforsaken hour, because I wanted to torture myself and also to see the sunrise. I actually like running on the track recently because I can gaze out at the […]
The most nostalgic moment of the year